The Oscar-winning actor concentrates on subtle acting in his new production of “Falstaff” at Opera Vlaanderen in Belgium.
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The opera company has reflected changing political weather in Germany for 275 years. Now it is shaped by its conductor, Daniel Barenboim.
Janine Jansen, a star in Europe, claims one of New York’s musical prizes this season: a Perspectives series at Carnegie Hall that begins on Dec. 7.
A coming installment of the group’s series at Riverside Church features the harpist Jacqueline Kerrod, and works by John Luther Adams and Adrienne Albert.
The company, known for fresh productions of classics, presents the 1651 opera “La Calisto” at La MaMa through Aug. 26.
A slew of new performances — new music and classics — are asking players to use their bodies as much as their sight-reading skills.
Mr. Peskanov, the artistic director of the floating concert hall on the East River, will perform two sets on violin.
“Silent Voices,” at the Brooklyn Academy of Music, used sung and spoken texts to examine race, gender, socioeconomic inequality and gentrification.
On Site Opera produced this early comedy in the West Side Community Garden. It travels to Atlanta later this month.
The death of a well-loved instructor leads a critic to reflect on how technique and style are passed between generations.